Nevada Republican Presidential Electors Casting Electoral Votes for President Donald J. Trump
Statement on the Nevada Republican Presidential Electors Casting Electoral Votes for President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Michael Pence
CARSON CITY – Today, the Nevada Republican Presidential Electors convened at the Nevada Legislative Building in our state’s capitol to cast their electoral votes for the rightful victors of Nevada, President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Michael Pence. These electoral votes will be sent to the United State’s Congress where they will be read on January 6th.
The Nevada Republican Party has been the champion of fair and free elections. The 2020 General Election was riddled with irregularities, voter suppression, and voter fraud. While the Nevada Democratic Party also convened today and cast their votes for Vice President Biden, our electors have precedent to recognize and cast our electoral votes for the rightful winner.
With disturbing evidence of voter fraud in the state, including double voting, illegal voting, deceased voters casting ballots, and more, there is a legitimate concern over the rightful victor in the Silver State. A court of law has failed to meaningfully evaluate the evidence and our law enforcement agencies and government officials have failed to investigate. This left our electors no choice but to send their votes for President Trump to Congress to make a determination as to who is the rightful victor of Nevada between the dueling votes.
Nevada Republican Party Chairman and Presidential Elector Michael J. McDonald made the following statement:
“In a historic move, the Nevada Presidential Electors convened in Nevada’s capitol today to cast their 6 electoral votes for President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Michael Pence. The people of Nevada did not have a fair election due to the irregularities and fraud seen throughout the state. With ongoing challenges and evidence left to be meaningfully investigated, we must submit our electoral votes for the rightful victors and allow Congress to make a determination.”